The elusive Mandre 4 finally sees a proper release. After his three notorious albums for Motown, Mandre released his fourth record in the Bay Area on his privately run Future Groove label. The story goes that just after the album was shipped, the remaining stock was accidentally destroyed in the warehouse.Only a few copies made it to the local stores, thus making this a very rare 80s fusion/funk albums. Most fans don’t even know that this album exists. Copies on e-bay go for hundreds of dollars.
This album contains some of his finest work: like the playful “Isle De Joie” and the captivating “Magic Woman”. RH will make it available as a limited album, in its original form (limited clear vinyl, clear pvc sleeve) and later on digitally.